- Katie Boulter dominated her second-round match at the US Open with a 6-4, 6-0 victory.
- Boulter’s confidence and strong mentality were evident throughout the match.
- She is part of the impressive British performance at the tournament, advancing alongside other British players.
British player Katie Boulter showcased her strength and confidence in a commanding performance during the second round of the US Open. Boulter, aged 27, delivered an impressive display, hitting 31 winners in an hour and 22 minutes to defeat Diane Parry with a score of 6-4, 6-0.
Boulter illustrated her self-assuredness on the court by saving a break point while serving for the match. She capped off her victory with a powerful 106mph ace against her opponent.
Reflecting on her performance, Boulter expressed satisfaction with her play, especially in the second set. She highlighted the importance of maintaining her momentum and positivity as she advances to the next round.
Boulter’s triumph adds to the success of British players at the US Open. With a more vocal and confident approach, Boulter displayed a solid mentality and formidable performance, contributing to a remarkable day for British tennis.
Boulter’s next challenge will be facing Wang Yafan in the second round. Wang, a former top-50 player, secured her spot by upsetting the seventh seed in a previous match. Boulter’s strong showing in the second round positions her well for the upcoming matches in the tournament.